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    1951-S 5C MS67 Full Steps PCGS. The 1951-S claims a significantly smaller mintage than either of its Philadelphia or Denver counterparts. In fact, the production of 7.7 million coins ranks among the lowest of the postwar era. This Jefferson nickel issue is plentiful in MS65 and MS66, but not with Full Steps. Those coins are much scarcer, and only three examples at PCGS qualify for the MS67 Full Steps grade.

    This is the PCGS CoinFacts plate coin. Golden color drapes each side, with glistening mint frost radiating through the toning. The fields are exceptionally clean and the devices are boldly defined. Minor planchet roughness occurs at the centers. Population: 3 in 67 Full Steps, 0 finer (1/21).

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 22UJ, PCGS# 84045)

    Weight: 5.00 grams

    Metal: 75% Copper, 25% Nickel


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